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Derek McDonald Alleyne

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

BIMAP


Contributor

The Nation Publishing Co


Barbados Advocate

Friday


Chairman

St Michael West Constituency Council Anthony Durant


Affiliations

The National Union of Public Workers

Secretary


General Council of the Democratic Labour Party

Member


National

Deputy General Secretary


Education

Bachelor's degree

history and political science

University of the West Indies


Master's degree

labour and employment law

University of Leicester


PhD

Philosophy program


diplomas

youth and development studies and hotel mid-management as well as certificates


Web References(43 Total References)


Creating a Culture for Success

www.capam.org [cached]

Derek McDonald Alleyne has had a varied career stretching from working in the Public Service as a Labor Officer, Community Development Officer and now Director of the Urban Development Commission (UDC).
Before joining the UDC in the year 2009, Derek was the Deputy General Secretary of the National Union of Public Workers. Mr. Alleyne currently teaches on a part-time basis at Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity (BIMAP) tutoring in the Principles of Industrial Relations and Administrative and Labor Law. A graduate of the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), he completed his masters with Leicester University and is currently enrolled with Walden University in the United States pursuing a PhD Philosophy program. Derek Alleyne is an active politician having contested unsuccessfully in two elections and served the ruling party in the Senate from the year 2008-2009, and is also a member of the General Council of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP). Increasingly since the 1970s, much debate has centred on reforming the public service in Barbados, with the wave reaching such a crescendo that a Public Service Unit was created in 1986 and a full ministry in 1987.


2016

www.capam.org [cached]

Creating a Culture for Success by Derek McDonald Alleyne
Bridging the Gap Between the Public Service and the People that they Serve by the Hon. Philip J. Pierre


www.nationnews.com

UDC director Derek Alleyne said the major effort was to have ten staff use kayaks to traverse the Careenage.
"It is something that we feel very passionate about because our windows look out into the Careenage, and we see some examples of people not understanding the importance of proper waste disposal. "We hope that when we go in and people see us doing it, they will stop when they raise their hands to throw away their garbage and find a bin," Alleyne said.


www.nationnews.com

Among those present were Derek Alleyne, director of the Urban Development Commission; Jessica Odle-Baril and Lennox Price, two former consuls general; George Pilgrim, DLP general secretary, and Evette King, the Prime Minister's personal assistant.


www.nationnews.com

UDC director Derek Alleyne (centre) with Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Patrick Todd (left) and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator Darcy Boyce during yesterday's service at St Leonard's Church. Seated behind Alleyne is Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office, Sonja Welch. (Picture by Nigel Browne.)


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